Automated Mapping and Facilities Management. The management of mapping and facilities management using integrated computer software.
Automated mapping and facility management refer to large scale mapping and network analysis mainly for utilities such as gas pipelines, cables, water supply, sewage etc., using a huge volume of utility database in link with geocode.
is an acronym for automated mapping and facilities management. AM/FM applications are a specialized GIS. The systems are used by public and private utilities, city and county governments, and other organizations that require careful management of a widely distributed collection of capital equipment, stock, or "facilities." AM/FM most commonly describes databases designed to manage networks of roads, pipes, and wires. These GIS applications are the particular concern of AM/FM INTERNATIONAL, a professional organization headquartered in Aurora, Colorado.
Automated mapping/facilities maintenance; see also FM/AM
Automated Mapping/Facilities Management. This is a specific application of GIS to the management and production of maps of plant such as cables, pipes, valves etc. It is currently the most widely used application of GIS, and particularly relevant to local authorities and utilities.
See Automated Mapping/Facilities Management.
Automated Mapping/Facilities Management. An automated mapping system designed to record spatial data such as various aspects of a certain facility. Usually a public works application, such as sewer or power lines, water mains, etc. Spatial data usually without the degree of detail needed for property lines and surveyed land parcels.